Wikipedia:Neutral point of view
A neutral point of view is a fundamental principle of Wikipedia, and it is an absolute rule and is not up for debate. All Wikipedia articles and encyclopedic content must be written from a neutral point of view, presenting significant opinions published by reliable sources as fairly and as impartially as possible. Neutrality is one of the three core policies of Wikipedia's content with reliability and no original research. These policies define the type and level of acceptable material in Wikipedia articles. All of these policies should be considered together because they complement each other and editors should know them all. The principles of these three policies are not up for discussion and cannot be contradicted by any guidance, policy or consensus, but rather amend their pages only to improve their implementation and explain their principles.
Explanation of the neutral point of view
When there are multiple or opposing viewpoints on a subject they must all be represented fairly, without giving any of them too much weight or asserting that it is the truth, in order that all the important published views are presented to the readers and not just the popular ones. Do not present the prevailing viewpoint or a conciliatory view between several points of view as correct, which makes the other viewpoints presented in a way that reduces their importance. Rather, it leaves readers to choose between opinions.
A neutral point of view is just a point of view, not an absence of other points of view. Scanning the contents of an article cannot be justified because of a neutral point of view but rather treats bias by setting other points of view. Neutrality does not sympathize with or oppose specific points of view, but rather describes and represents the differences by writing clearly about each point of view. It provides background information on who believes in a viewpoint, why, and what the prevailing view is. The detailed articles contain mutual evaluations of each point of view without defining which one is the best. Unbiased writing is the fair, analytical description of all sides of the debate, including differing viewpoints and published evidence. When the editors' bias towards a particular point of view is revealed, the article must be remedied.
An impartial view necessitates that the views are represented without prejudice, but all editors and all sources have their bias; It is important to collect them to make a neutral article.
Confirm information, including information about opinions, but do not confirm opinions.
All important opinions published by very reliable sources should be presented.
Bifurcation of views
Divergence of views from impartiality fraud by writing a new article from one point of view on a topic that has its own article, usually in order to avoid presenting positive or negative information. This method is generally rejected, while the accepted policy is to present all important points of view on the subject